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. ms. miller, please call our last item. >> alisa miller: item no. of, ordinance amending the park code to repeal subsection(b) demonstrating or soliciting in certain city parks while other events are in progress. >> chair mar: supervisor wiener. >> supervisor wiener: thank you. this legislation repeals section 74.8(d) of the parks code which is outdated. this section applies to permitted events in seven parks in our city and provides specified locations where protests may occur. the implication being that they cannot occur anywhere else in the park. in the 30 years since the board of supervisors adopted this section, the configuration of these parks have changed, in some cases quite dramatically. as a result, this section is not only updated but it's difficult for park patrol and police officers to enforce it. for example, the section refers to a fountain in civic center that no longer exists, and it places a designated public assembly area for dolores park in the middle of the tennis courts, or what are now the tennis courts. this ordinance would delete these outdated provisions, and
move this forward with a positive recommendation? withoutmçmk ms. miller please call item 2. >> alisa miller: item 2 resolutiong+w,ñ authorizing a retroactive acceptance of a grant from san francisco park alliance for windmill project phase 3. >> chair mar: thank you. tm( grant that i'm the sponsor of. and we have dan mauer?ç÷;j from the recreation and parks department. this is windmills, one of two, that are at the west side of golden park. mr. mauer. >> good afternoon, board members,&rj department. the yft is an accept and expend resolution ñcq the amount ofvd'r $513,000 375 come from[?kcñ the gordon moorelÑ foundation. these funds will be]o< coupled with open space funds toj complete the phase of three phase project. it is open.a.0p and operational now. these funds will be used to improve landscape area in and(@&c"x around the windmill add a pumping station to the windmill and other interpretivepe educational exhibits which will complete"f for the south murphy windmill. l i know there is tremendous sup
of supporting and staffing lafco, so with they will turn it over to ms. miller and one of the big questions that i had in terms of moving this forward is how do we make sure that this synergy between lafco and the san francisco public utilities commission continues to make sure that we hit the ground running as we're moving to the next stage of the process, and one of the ideas i had and was the idea of making sure that we have a follow up joint meeting of the two bodies, so that we can have an in-depth discussion about next steps and making sure that we're crossing all the t's and doting the i's. >> and i want to say on behalf of staff it's an incredible vote last week. i know you have been following the press. it's nationwide press on the program and we are going to be honoring mike and honoring ed last week and i want to say a special thank you to barbara hale and when i came to work with lafco and a decade ago and honestly i didn't realize it was that long ago and barbara and we had conversations about the process and to start the process and others came along but barbara was at the
recommendation? withoutmçmk ms. miller, please call item 2. >> alisa miller: item 2, resolutiong+w,ñ authorizing a retroactive acceptance of a grant from san francisco park alliance for windmill project phase 3. >> chair mar: thank you. grant that i'm the sponsor of. and we have dan mauer?ç÷;j frome recreation and parks department. this is windmills, one of two, that are park. mr. mauer. >> good afternoon, board members,&rj department. the yft is an accept and expend $513,000, 375 come from[?kcñ the gordon moorelÑ foundation. these funds will be]o< coupled with open space funds tj complete the phase of three phase project. it is open.a.0p and operational. these funds will be used to and other interpretivepe educational exhibits which will complete"f i know there is tremendous support from the dutch -- whenst the huge crane came and putw< that -- is it a copper dome on the south i know there is tremendous community support for this as zñ well. colleagues, if there are no questions, let's open this up for public comment. is there anyone from the÷c that would like to speak in seeing none, pu
with a positive recommendation? thank you. ms. miller, is there any other business before us? >> no. supervisor mar: thank you, everyone. meeting adjourned. >> olympic fever hits the civic center on tuesday, august 7 at the recreation and park location complete with gourmet food, games, arts and crafts and plenty of family fun. some watched the games broadcast on the big screen while others got in on the action. carnival rides and the olympic- themed activities inspired kids of all ages to go for the gold. the talent competition fee " -- featured local performers. winners receive cash awards and bragging rights. >> it is great. i am really excited. >> until next time, i get out >> i tried to think about this room as the dream room, where we dream and bring some of those dreams to life. i feel very blessed that i have been able to spend the last 31 years of my life doing it my way, thinking about things better interesting to me, and then pursuing them. there are a lot of different artists that come here to work, mostly doing aerial work. kindred spirits, so to speak. there is a circus company th
you. ms. miller, can you call item no. two? >> ordinates amending the san francisco help code by adding article 12c. >supervisor chiu: the legislation that we have in front of us is designed to encourage onsite water use and when the bill the. we opened a new puc building at 525 golden gate. this building is our real landmark. the building will use 60% less water due to a system that meets 100% of the toilet flushing- irrigation needs for water. it will be recycling 5,000 gallons a day of waste water. it will be storing rain water in a basement cistern. in recent years, it has been challenging for developers installing the systems in major buildings, but i want to take a moment and think the staff of the puc who have worked closely with the department of building inspection and the department of public health to solve these challenges. the ordinance before us will developers install these water systems in new, large developments. it will streamline the process in maintaining great water, rain water, and blackwater. i also want to thank the puc for setting up the grant program
-- colleagues, can we accept this without objection? thank you. ms. miller, copy could you please call item three. >> item three is for production policy scpls disbloals this is an item that supervisor and campus has brought and since it's been called let me open it up for public comment. is anyone from the public that would like to speak on this item? seeing none public comment is closed so colleague can we move this or continue to the call of the chair, -- i am trying to remember -- >> [inaudible] >> so we will continue this item without objection. thank you. mis miller, please call the last item. >> item four is for the planning code and the requirements for the afforable housing program apply to ten units or more and nine units that didn't receive a first construction document. >> thank you and we were expecting two of the sponsors besides the mayor and supervisor wiener but president chiu and others were here planning give opening remarks. i am wonder figure we could wait until they arrive unless supervisor wiener wants to make some opening remarks. >> sure. thanks mr. chairman an
. >> when do we get volume two? >> john: you'll have to ask ms. miller. >> it will be like led zeppelin come my tour two, and three. >> john: yes. we are playing on saturday at the paramount theater. and then in new york's historic becan theater. >> if you guys are going to be there, when will be time for the almond brothers to play. they do a month there every year. >> >> john: they do a week, actually. i have only moved in greenwich village my whole life and i just moved to the upper west side so i could talk to the show. and it's grace play if you like white women shopping. [ laughter ] >> john: denise in north carolina good morning. you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning. hi, trayvon, i'm so glad you are back. you did a jesus move didn't you? >> i did. >> john: three days later. >> too bad he is never going to do it. >> john: go ahead, denise. you have a comment about governor romney. >> caller: i do it's about the statement that mittens put out, and it's basically about the standards and what we believe in in this country. this country w
recognize ms. walter for her opening testimony. >> chairman miller, ranking members and distinguished members of the subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to highlight our work on preventing terrorist travel. we facilitate policy decisions from planning to implementation. we are the coordination point for interagency screening initiatives as well. as the 9/11 commission pointed out, targeting terrorist travel is one of the most powerful weapons we have to counter terrorist operations. it is imperative that we employ layers of security throughout the travel continuing to identify individuals that may pose a risk before they reach the united states. we recognize there is no one size fits all approach security. our includes close coordination with counter- terrorism, law enforcement and public security authorities, the private sector and our state and local partners. we screen against various databases to track known threats. we utilize intelligence base targeting and risk-based screening to better identify unknown threats. a risk-based approach is the foundation of the dhs model
control is controlled by people who will never use it. >> bill: now, ms. fluke came across as smug and immature in my opinion. in fact writing in the "wall street journal" peggy noonan called ms. fluke a quote, a ninny, a narcissist, and a fool, unquote. dennis miller also had a great line he said the democrats are for cradle to grave entitlements. it's getting to the cradle that's the hard part. then it was caroline kennedy who offended millions of christians worldwide when she said this. >> as a catholic woman i take reproductive health seriously. and today it is under attack. this year alone, more than a dozen states have passed more than 40 restrictions on women's access to reproductive healthcare. that's not the kind of future i want for my daughters or your daughters. now isn't the time to roll back the rights we were winning when my father was president. >> bill: well, for the record, ms. kennedy's mother and father the president and jackie were not pro-choice, at least not publicly. they did not embarrass their church. well, the embarrassments continue with the democrats in
's office of inspector general and the united states postal service. the chair would now recognize ms. walther for her opening testimony. >> chairman miller ranking member cuellar and distinguished members of the committee think it would you but it would have been to highlight her work on preventing terrorist travel. i had the have according office where we facilitate policy decisions from planning through implementation. we are the dhs coordination point for inter-agency screening initiatives as well. the 9/11 commission plan at targeting terrorist travel is one of the most powerful weapons we have for counterterrorist operations. today's threat violence is complex and multifaceted so is impaired of gameplay layers of security thrghout the travel continuum by identifying i'd -- individuals who may pose a threat. we recognize a one-size-fits-all approach to security in our approach includes counterterrorism law enforcement and public security authorities, the private sector and our state, local tribal territorial and foreign partners. to support these efforts dhs collects biometric da
. >>> driver ms. montgomery county will have a few more days before a construction project closes a busy road in downtown bethesda. they will close woodmont avenue between bethesda avenue and miller avenue on friday. it will stay closed for nearly two years. two high rises and an underground parking garage will go up on what used to be one of the biggest parking lots in the area. to help deal with the congestion, they're adding circulator buses and convert long-term parking spaces to hourly spaces. >>> developers want to turn the chevy chase lake complex to a town center with apartment building, retail, and open space. jones bridge road and east west highway is getting mixed reviews. >> i think it's actually going to be a detriment to the community. we already have so much traffic as it is. it's just going to xser bait it and make it so much worse than it already is. >> the community sees that this is an opportunity for new development. as you can see, you know, there is an opportunity here. i think that we can make this a great gateway to the community. >> the redevelopment is part of a mast
yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. miller: i yield 2 1/2 minutes to the gentlewoman from california, ms. woolsey. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman from california is recognized for 2 1/2 minutes. ms. woolsey: well, here we are, mr. speaker, 24 hours before the majority closes shop and sends us home for seven weeks, and what are we debating? are we talking about creating jobs for families who are struggling to make ends meet and wondering what happened to the american dream? no, of course not. instead, we're taking up yet another divisive partisan measure that will do nothing to kick-start the economy or help people who've been kicked in the teeth by this recession. the obama administration's tanf waivers work. it allows the states the flexibility. they allow the states to -- consider work -- education as work, providing education and training to move people off of welfare so they can find jobs that actually pay a living wage so they can support their families. mr. speaker, i've been on public assistance. i know what it's
like [ censor bleep ] bite me! >> bite me ms. miller. >> stephanie: thank you. let's dive into the right-wing world. ralph peters is the fox news security expert. >> this administration does not have a classic foreign policy or security or military policy. everything is politics with a bit of hyperbole i would say. >> stephanie: i see. >> communism. see what i mean. yes? huh? >> what politics in an election year? who would have thought. ask a communist what they think of barack obama. >> stephanie: yeah. >> what barack obama does and what communism is is very very far apart. >> yes. >> stephanie: lou dobbs. >> the romney campaign has spent a lot of time asking a question from 1980, are you better off than four years ago? when any damn fool knows in 2008 this country was in crisis. why would you pick that as your fourth year comparison? >> lou dobbs picking mitt romney to the wood shed. >> stephanie: wow. yikes, thanks lou. [ inaudible ] >> you wouldn't have gotten your way if you had an enhanced interrogation. enhanced interrogation lead to bin laden your own
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